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Recently, Whole Foods unveiled its “Thanksgiving Turkey Protection Plan.” The seller is using a $35 gift card to the first 1,000 people who send a claim for a turkey cooking mishap.
The sides are being neglected, according to Campbell’s Soup Business.
The brand name is stepping in to use its own variation of the Thanksgiving supper insurance– however it’s just offered for Manhattan residents.
After purchasing Campbell’s items on Instacart to use in making their Thanksgiving sides with, consumers can then visit the Campbell’s website to sign up for the brand name’s free “Supper Insurance.”
If a dish doesn’t turn out as prepared, clients can merely submit a claim by publishing a picture of the cooking disaster. They will then get a replacement “gourmet meal” provided to their door.
Sides available include sage stuffing, baked brie, mashed potatoes, and green bean casserole.
Manhattan homeowners can send their claims between 12 and 5 p.m. ET on Thanksgiving Day for same-day replacement shipments.
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People are investing Thanksgiving in a different way to typical as states are increasingly telling people to remain at home and not join other households since of rising COVID-19 cases.
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